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Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, June 24, 1962
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PAGE EIGHTEEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNl'lAY, JUNE 24,1962 E. W. Heimlich Retiring From Notional Bank Edwin W. Heimlich( a veteran of 49 years in local banking, is retiring effective July 1, as vice- president and cashier at the National Bank of Logansport. Announcement of the retirement was made by bank president Harrold Robb. Heimlich, a native of Reynolds, has been cashier at the National Bank since 1948, and a vice-pres- idetn since 1959. He first started his career in 1913 as a draft teller at the First National Bank. He was promoted to assistant cashier prior to join-, ing the National Bank of Logansport in 1931. Heimlich and his wife, Mabel, are the parents of three children, James, Richard and William. James is an assistant vice-pres- dent at the bank. Robb also announced the election of assistant vice-president Thomas E. Mee as cashier replacing Heimlich. Mee has been with the bank since 1940. Named to fill Mee's post as assistant cashier was James Humes. Referendum Ends On National Turkey Marketing Order Friday was the final day on which turkey growers could vote in the national referendum on the proposed turkey marketing order, according to Dean Beck, manager of the Cass county ASCS office. Growers eligible to vote were "producer-growers" who produced and marketed more than^36 hundred pounds liveweight of turkeys in 1961, and "contract-producers" who had a risk-of-loss contract in 1961 on turkeys produced by a "producer-grower." Only one vote was cast in the referendum in Cass county, "Beck said. EDWIN HEIMLICH Final Rites Monday For Bertha McOuaid Final rites for Mrs. Bertha McQuaid, 76, of 2003 High, who died at 6:35 p.m. Friday at her home, will be held at 3 p.m. Monday at the Kroeger funeral home. Officiating at the funeral will be Rev. Irving Phillips. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. She was born Aug. 10, 1885, in Greenville, Ohio, and was the daughter of Samuel and Martha Caudding. Garner. She^was married to Frank McQuaid in Logansport, Oct. 23, 1909. He died June 15, 1940. Survivors include one, niece, Catherine McQuaid and one nephew, John McQuaid, whom the McQuaids raised from early infancy; one half-brother, John A. Garner, and one half-sister, Mrs. Orvill Hampson, both of Dayton; a step-brother, Paul J. Mackley, Zennia, Ohio. Picnic Held For Ma in St. Bible Pupils "Patriots For Christ" has been the theme of the Vacation Bible School at the Main Stret Methodist church for the past two weeks. A picnic was held Friday in the church basement for 100 and a program will be given at 7:30 p.m. Sunday at the church. Beginners taught ;by Mrs.Morris Short, Mrs. Gene Williams and Mrs. Tim Holcomb will sing songs. Primary I .taught by Mrs. Jeff Sibley and Mrs. Gene Morehead will give the 23rd Psalm and sing. Primary II taught by Mrs. Floyd Sapp and Mrs. Keith Altice will give .the 23rd Psalm, scripture verses and sing. Juniors taught by Mrs. Homer Jenkins and Mrs. Marvin DuBose will give memory, verses and sing' songs. A special number will close the program. Others who helped were Marsha. Miller, secretary; Mrs. Florence Wood, song leader; Carol Steinr melz, pianist; Mrs. John Nicoll, refreshments; Mrs. Irene Brand; Connie' Farrer, Linda Swa'rison, .Christy Lenon, Gale Dibble, Vickie Swanson, Pat Cotner, Raberta Sibley, Kathy Spencer, Mrs. Edna Caldwell, Mrs. Dorothy Holcomb, Mrs. Mary June Parks, Mrs. Rabert Watkins, Mrs. Ray-Speitel and Christy Nicoll. Rev. John Parks is 'pastcir. The congregation is invited to the church basement to view the Bible school class work. Refreshments will he .served. BREEDERS DIRECTORS The directors of the Cass county Livestock Breeders association will meet at 8 p.m. next Tuesday at Myers Lanes to consider which trophies the Breeders 1 will sponsor this year for the 4-H fair. The I960 U.S.:Census tabulated 9.7 million foreign-born residents in the nation. Going on Vacation! USE OUR Vacation Pack" If your vacation travels do not permit the Pharos- Tribune or Press to be mailed to your vacation ad- dress let us "Lay Away" your copies while you are gone. When you return home phone the newspaper office and all copies will be delivered promptly. No copies will be left on your porch while you are away. They will be saved for you by your newspaper boy in a "Vacation Pack" for delivery at your convenience, after you have returned from your vacation. SEE YOUR CARRIER-SALESMAN or CALL 4141 nd Mrs. Wesley Ficken of Cutler ttended a special meeting oE the T inth District Federation of lubs in the Methodist church in heridan Friday, June 15, to elect ustrict officers. Mrs. 'Jemes Tow. 11 of Veedersburgh, was elected linth District president; Mrs. )onald Young of Ladoga, first ice president; Mrs. Gibson of lora, second vice president; drs. John Carter of Mulberry, The Pharos-Tribune & Press Logansport Indiana WTTV (4) 8 :00 Silent :U :30 Silent :4S 9 :00 Silent :15 .30 Silent :45 in-:?' sacnt |U;« Sile * 1 .4:00 Silent 1:1S 1:30 Silent 1:45 i n% Silcnt 1 '/:30 Silent 1 im-M ' . 1 :00 Silent :15 :30 Silent MS -^ '00 Silent . .0:11 / :30 Silent 4L M5 3 :00 Food for Life :15 Food for Life •30 Living Lessons :45 Living Lessons SATURDAY WFBM-TV (6) WISH-TV rg) WLW-1 (13) Three Stooges Indiana Farmer Silent Three Stooges Indiana Farmer Minutes To Live By Three Stooges Indpls. Public Scb. Rural Almanac Three Stooges Indpls. Public Sch. 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Death Valley Matties Funnies Wells Fargo Perry Mason Prcs. in Mexico Wells Fargo Perry Mason Prcs. in Mexico Wells Fargo Perry Mason Room for I More Wells Fargo Perry Mason Room for 1 More Tall Man ' The Defenders Beaver Tall Man The Defenders Beaver 9 :00 -Voice of Freedom Sat. Nile Movies The Defenders Lawrence Wclfc :15 Voice of Freedom Sat. Nile Movies The Defenders Lawrence Welk :30 Voice of Freedom Sat. Nile Movies Have Gun Lawrence Welk :4I Voice of Freedom Sat. Nile Movies Have Gun Lawrence Welk ^ 4%:M Open End .1 11:15 Open End I 11:30 Open End 1 11:45 Open End Delphi City Policeman Fred Clark Reinstated By Board Of Works DELPHI— The Delphi Board of Works in. session recently reinstated Fred Clark as a city policeman, according to Watson McCormick, City Attorney. Clark was dismissed as a policeman several months ago and Wilber Miller was employed to fill the vacancy. , Russell Wilcox of North Indiana Street, who suffered a heart attack Wednesday, was taken to St. Elizabeth hospital in the Jackson Sat. Nite Movies Gunsmoke Sat. Nite Movies Gunsmoke Sat. Nite Movies Gunsmoke Sat. Nite Movies Guusmoke Elizabeth hospital Saturday for treatment. Sheriff and Mrs. John Roth, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Weaver and sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Talbert and Cheryl, left Friday for a vacation at Tower, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Wendall Rutledge and daughter are-staying at the jail during Sheriff Roth's absence. Mrs. Toby 'Rendleman, Mrs. Rudolph Minneman will accompany Mrs. Harold Shanks to the Lutheran Women's Retreat at Samp Lutherwald, -near Howe, Thursday through Saturday. Mrs. Rendleman will' present the medi- fnfinn nn ThnrcHnv and Fridav Fight of Week Fight of Week Fight of Week Fight of Week HD Club Receives Demonstration On "How We Eat" BURLINGTON - Members of ;he Burlington HD club received a demonstration on "How We Eat" at the club's meeting hek at the home of Mrs. Ama Rod- cey. The demonstration was given jy Joanna Billiard. The meeting was opened with .he flag salute followed by the creed. Devotions were given by Mrs. Sutton. Members described their wed- M. L. Butler Retiring Rockwell-Standtiid Post Announcement of the retirement of Metvin L. Butler as Vice-Pres- dent, Sales, Rockwell-Standard Corporator), Logansport, effective uly 1, was made here. Butler, who, resides at 2704 E. Jroadway, has been with the Vluehlhausen Spring Company for 5 years, serving as secretary- reasurer when the plant first moved here from Chicago in 1928. n 1940, the business was sold to he Standard Steel Spring Co., loraopolis, Pa., and Butler became vice-president in charge of sales. He will be succeeded by Iharles. W. Stewart, High Street load, who has been appointed ales manager of the Logansport division. A director of the National Bank f Logansport, Butler is a mem- )er of the Elks, Masonic lodge, Shrine, and the Calvary Presby- erian Church. He is married to he former Jane Flynn, and they re the parents of three children, Mrs. Kenneth Mac Kahle, Logans. >ort; Mrs. James Mader, Halboro, 'a.; and Samuel Butler, New York City. Butler has rented a small private office in downtown Logansport, and also plans to enjoy part of his retirement -traveling various places with his wife. IT HIELVIN BUTLER DEATHS APPLEGATE Final rites for Ralph Applegate, 63, of Hoover, will be held at 2:30 today at the Fisher funeral liome. Rev, John Turley and Rev. David Alexander will officiate at 'uncral services. Burial will be n the Bethlehem Methodist cemet- ehy at Twelve Mile. mbulance. Mrs. Marion Gibson of Flora lird vice president; hrock of Kokomo, Mrs. Verle recording evenings. ecretary; Mrs. John Crawford of .Itica, corresponding secretary; fe. Frank Heflen of -Lebanon, reasurer; Mrs. W. H. Lykins of ^ovington, parliamentarian and Urs. Malcolm Baker, retiring ^resident, as advisor. Mrs. Gibson is president of the larroll County Federation of Hubs. Mrs. Russell Bagwell of Greentown. was chairman of the lominating committee. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fitch left Tuesday for French Lick,, where hey attended the three-day contention of the Indiana Pharma- :eutical Association. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Childs and amily moved to Bloomington Thursday, where'Mr. Childs, former Delphi high school principal, >vill be attending Indiana Univers- ty working on his doctors degree. The Delphi Fire department was called to the Paul Isaacs home at i aim. Friday when a short in an electric range caused a blaze. )amage to the stove was the only damage reported. Mr. and Mrs: Grover Kite, Delphi, entertained Sunday at a fam- ly dinner at noon in observance of Father's Day, Mrs. Kite's birthday and Robert Packard's jirthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs., Donald Kite and daughters of Logansport; Mr, and Mrs. Marvin Packard and son, Miss Sharon Mqnon Resident Dies; Filial Rites Monday MONON—Mrs. Effie J. Potter, 83, a resident here for 42 years, died at 7:45 p.m. Friday at the Monticello nursing home. She had been ill two and one-half years. Born April 22, 1879, in Staunton, Va., she was the daughter of Abram and Sarah Kennedy Whitmar. Her marriage on Feb. 20, 1907, was to James P. Potter, and he died in 1942. Survivors include a son, Claude, of San Bruno, Calif.; a foster son, Elmer Wills, of Harvey,. 111., and two grandchildren. A; second foster son was killed in World War n. The deceased was a member of he Monon Baptist church, the Order of the Eastern Star, and he Mothers of World War n. She She was the last of six children n her family. , Final rites will be at 1 p.m. Monday at the Slewart funeral tome in Monon, Ihe Rev. Irvin Cing officialing. Burial will be in he Payne cemetery at Chenoa, 111., at 4:30 p.m. Monday. Friends may call at the funeral iome after 11 a.m. Sunday. OES services will be conducted there at .8 p.m. Sunday. Fisher and Richard of Delphi. Lauglin all Mrs. Mary Shanklin and daughter, Mrs. Howard Mohler, of Bradenton, Florida, spent several days visiting Mrs. Shanklin's brother, Dewey Zinn and Mrs. Zinn. ' Mr, and Mrs. Harold E. 1 Taylor, of Phoenix, Arizona; arrived last week at the Mrs. Van C. Blue farm, in Carrollton. Township, for an extended vacation. Mr, and Mrs. Coady Johnsor and daughter, Judy of Cora Gables, Florida, have been guests of Mrs. Roberta Denk and Marjone. Fred Collins entered St PURSCH Final rites for Edward V. Pursch, 69, 1513 Twelfth, will be field at 1:30 p.m. Monday at the Kroeger funeral home.' Burial will e in the Mt. Hope cemetery. BOWMAN Final rites for Mrs. Viola E. Bowman, 80, 1824 Rogers, will be held at 1:30 p.m. Monday at (ho McCloskey-Hamilton-Kahle funeral home with Rev. W. H. Neeriemer officiating. Burial will be in the Mt. Hope cemetery. MC QUAID Final rites for Mrs. Bertha McQuaid, 76, 2003 High, will be held at 3 p.m. Monday at the Kroeger funeral home with (he Rev. Irving Philliips officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. ding dresses when answering roll call. Project lessons on salads were given by Mrs. Marion Lampion and Grace Jones. Mrs. Raymond Huffer presented the safety lesson. Mrs. Sam Dyer read the history of the song of the month, The members sang "Sweet and Low" accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Harold Pullen. Mrs. Earl Hoag received the attendance prize. Refreshments were served to 20 members and two guests, Myrna and Joanna Billiard. Ruth Bousum, Minnie Coe. Flora Taylor, Grace Jones and Mrs. Joe Bousum enjoyed a trip to Brown county Wednesday. They ale their lunch in the Old Country, store. Jackie and Paula Johnson, children v of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson underwenl tonsilectomy Wednesday at the St'. Joseph hospital in Kokomo. CHURCH ELECTS WINONA LAKE, Ind. (AP)The 78th annual conference of the Evangelical Free Church of America Saturday chose the Rev, Andrew Johnson, Kenosha, Wis. as ils moderator and vice presi dent. Paul Rosenquist, llockford 111., was named vice moderator and the Rev. Lionel Barrett Crystal Lake, 111., vice secretary Viola Be wman Dies; Final pis Monday services will be held :>.m, at the McCloskey- Funer at 1:30 lamillori•Kahle funeral home for tfrs. Viola E. Bowman, 80, of 1824 Rogdrs. She died at 6:45 p.m. at the Diier Creek Nursing home after a lingering illness. Officiating at the funeral will be lev. \V. H. Keeriemer. Burial will )e in Mt. Hope cemetery. She WES barn May 25, 1882 at Chattanooga, Tenn. She wa:i a nember of the Church of the Brethren, Survivors .include one daughter, tfrs. Harmon Cook, route 5, Wa- jash; five (laughters, Mrs. Glen •fedrick, M:rs. Herman Ream, tfrs. Chide: Mullett, Mrs. Ray Marks, Mrs. William Baber, ail of Peru; ;ind Jesse Garland, Iowa; one grandchi d; three great-grandchildren; ' Iv,'-) sisters, Mrs. Her- jert Money, Orlando, Fla.; Mrs. Etle NunnaKy, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Former Logan Resident Dies; Rites Monday James W. Gillum, 59, oE 2830 f. River Ave'.,' Indianapolis, and _ former Logansport resident died at his home at 3:30 p.m. Friday. ..... Funeral services will, be held at 10 a.m. Monday at the Harry Moore funeral home in Indianapolis. The body will be, shipped to Logansport for burial in Mt. Hope cemetery. Graveside services wil 3 held. ' He was'born Jan. 7, -1903 and was the son of Lorenzo and Pearl York Gillum. Suvivors include his window, Madeline; Mother Mrs. .Pearl Brown, Macy; one daughter, Jean Holland, Peru; two brothers, John and Merritt, .Logansport; three sisters, Mrs. Sue Mills, Glendor; Calif.;, .Mrs., Kathryn Jones and Mrs. Quintin Brower, both of Macy; vthree grandchildren. His father preceded him in death. Rites Monday For Susie Ei!' enberry FLORA—Mrs. Susie Eikenberry, 73, of Brinfi'mrst rd., Flora died at 1:15 p.iT. Friday at the St. Elizabeti, hospital in Lafayette after a thros months illness. Final rile;; will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the First Brelhren church and the body will lie in slate onn hnur prior to services. Burial will bo in the Maple Lawn cemetery. Born in Carroll county Sept. 30, 1888, shi> -was the daughter of Isaac slid Susan Metzher Wise. Her marriage Nov. 30, 1906 was to Ward F. Eikenberry who died Nov. M, 19iiS, Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Marshall Wingard, Camden; one son, Clifford, Lafayette; one grandchild; one sisler, Mrs. Shara Shoff, routci 2, Flora; one brother Isaac, Ciiciigo. •••nil SKYLINE irONITE "Samot" at 8:30 "House" at T0:20 | FIRST SHOWING IN LOGANI THE SEVEN UNHOLY TERRORS OF «wr!AYES-Ji«COOPER SHr?;^,^ 5EORGE MONTGOMERY • GILBERT ROLAND • ZIVA RODAIMN <* JOAN O'BRIEN FIREWORKS JULY 3U AMBULANCE Complete First Aid and Oi;y;ien Equipment 303W.MafkeV FISHER FUNERAL HOME

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